Looptworks Debuts a Line of Transit Packs and Accessories Created from Upcycled Materials
- The Daili, Nansha and Kishi make on-the-go travel a breeze for active adventurers
Courtesy of LOOPTWORKS
LOOPTWORKS, a Portland, Oregon based business that repurposes abandoned materials into meaningful, long-lasting and limited-edition products is pleased to announce the launch of three new transit packs and accessories.
Rather than relying on the world’s limited resources to manufacture new fabrics, LOOPTWORKS uses top quality, excess materials and components that already exist. The latest transit collection features a combination of nylon and Polyurethane harvested from excess materials generated by the apparel and bag manufacturing process.
The limited edition and numbered collection includes:
A “do-it-all” bag with the versatility to haul with ease, the Daili Transit Pack is a rugged daypack with plenty of room for a laptop, gym gear and everything in between. (MSRP $99.99)
The Nansha is a convertible tote that works at the grocery store, the yoga studio and even the office. With a dedicated space for a yoga mat, water bottle and laptop, it begs to be used for anything and everything. Tote straps tuck away, transforming the Nansha into a backpack, perfect for the urban bike commuter. (MSRP $79.99)
The Kishi Mobile Tablet Sleeve is straight to the point and burly enough to protect a tablet from the hazards of the morning commute. Available in 7”, 10” and 11” sizes. (7” – MSRP $29.99, 10” and 11” – $34.99)
Launched in August 2009, Looptworks is a groundbreaking business that upcycles abandoned materials into meaningful, long-lasting and limited-edition products. By re-using the world’s pre-consumer excess, the U.S.-based company aims to rid the world of waste while inspiring a generation to reduce their impact on the planet. The inaugural collection, created from 100 percent, top-quality, excess materials and components, consists of 20 apparel pieces for both men and women. Initial styles include jackets, hoodies, skirts, shirts and graphic t-shirts. Apparel industry veterans lead the company. For more information contact Julie Atherton from JAM Media Collective by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 415-839-7546.